Usually, on rainy days the attractions remain closed. If it's light and intermittent rain, some of the attractions may remain open.
The Funicular and the park remain open regardless of weather conditions, except for possible weather alerts that can be a risk to the public.
Children under 7 years old, return ticket 2,50€.
No, it is not allowed to climb bicycles or scooters on the Funicular.
It is possible to climb with baby strollers on the Funicular, but it is somewhat uncomfortable since you have to save several steps both to access it and then on arrival (50 in total approximately).
Small-medium-sized strollers enter into the larger compartment of the Funicular without too much trouble. In case the stroller is very large, it is possible that the Funicular staff will ask them to clos it so that they can enter it inside.
Right now, the Funicular is not adapted to wheelchairs. Due to its historical nature, the necessary works for its adaptation, cannot be carried out without significantly affecting its structure.
The Funicular leaves every 15 minutes. Depends on public influx, waiting time can be shorter.
Access to the parking of camperised caravans or vehicle than 4,5 metres is prohibited. Nor is access to trailers allowed.
The entry of dogs is allowed in the enclosure of Monte Igueldo as long as they are tied at all times.
If they are dangerous they have to wear muzzle and of course, their poops have to be collected.
Dogs must carry the special pet ticket (€ 2.50 / dog). If you access by car or on foot, the dog's access is free. What is not allowed is that they access the attractions.
The Funicular ticket includes access to the enclosure where both the viewpoints and the attractions are located. You do not have to pay an extra to access the viewpoints.
You can pay in cash or by credit card on the Funicular and at the road access. Some of the attractions also offer payment by card, but most of them accept cash only.
There is no reservation system or advance purchase. All tickets, both access and attractions are purchased at the time of the visit.
Schedules are set in advance.
On opening days, the attractions work "fair style". The ticket is acquired at the attraction itself at the time of the visit.
Monte Igueldo is the monumental complex composed by the Funicular and the enclosure located at the top of the mountain where both, the attractions and the viewpoints are located.
There are two ways to access Monte Igueldo; making use of the Funicular or by road, either walking or in a private vehicle.
The Funicular access ticket includes the Funicular trip and access to the enclosure, where the viewpoints and attractions are located.
No, attractions are paid individually.